Lilly Manning, 19, pulling her suitcases, heads to the Southwest Airlines counter at Sacramento International Airport on Tuesday to check in for a flight to New York state. She was accompanied by childhood friend and recent roommate Netya Burton, who brought along cousins she was baby-sitting. Manning plans to live with her older sister Natasha in New York.
Lilly Manning, 19, pulling her suitcases, heads to the Southwest Airlines counter at Sacramento International Airport on Tuesday to check in for a flight to New York state. She was accompanied by childhood friend and recent roommate Netya Burton, who brought along cousins she was baby-sitting. Manning plans to live with her older sister Natasha in New York. mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Lilly Manning, 19, pulling her suitcases, heads to the Southwest Airlines counter at Sacramento International Airport on Tuesday to check in for a flight to New York state. She was accompanied by childhood friend and recent roommate Netya Burton, who brought along cousins she was baby-sitting. Manning plans to live with her older sister Natasha in New York. mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

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